People and community at the heart of systems and bureaucracy: South Australia's social inclusion initiative

Social isolation Social issues Australia South Australia
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The Premier of South Australia, the Hon Mike Rann MP, established the Social Inclusion Initiative in 2002. While he drew extensively on the ideas of the Blair Labour Government in Britain, which had set up a Social Exclusion Unit in 1997, the Premier called on South Australia's record of social innovation and its history of serious commitment to social justice to frame an agenda for this new work. This report considers the Social Inclusion Initiative which has become the bedrock of South Australia's approach to delivering public value to the most marginalised people through joined-up government.

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